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YaBoySourav

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About YaBoySourav

  • Title
    Newbie
  • Birthday 2004-04-20

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Assam, India
  • Interests
    Technology, watching Linus Tech Tips ad other channels, Designing, Bit of Video Editing

System

  • CPU
    i5 8400
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte HD3-P Z370
  • RAM
    ADATA 16 GB 2400 Mhz
  • GPU
    ZOTAC GTX1050 Mini 2GB
  • Storage
    Samsung 860 EVO 1TB
  • PSU
    i-Ball 500w
  • Display(s)
    BenQ GL2250
  • Cooling
    Intel Stock
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. Then maybe...uh....Prosumer...?
  2. If we want hyper read and write speeds with high capacities ,can't we get a SSD or is there some hardware limitations?
  3. YaBoySourav

    What happened to the TITAN V!?

    yes I am talking about the LTT one.
  4. YaBoySourav

    What happened to the TITAN V!?

    We all remember the HOLY BALLS!! NVIDIA TITAN V with a dumbfounding $3000 price tag. Well what happened to it? Hopefully it wasn't a rental.
  5. YaBoySourav

    Worst Tech mistake you have ever made?

    Buying Lenovo K6 Power with 1.3 Ghz Snapdragon 435 processor in late 2017.
  6. Do we really need to spend $2K - $5K only to make a gaming oriented computer or consoles with nowadays very flashy price to performance ratios are a good (or even better) options?

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    2. This_guy1998

      This_guy1998

      So I use my main rig for anything but gaming (I game some but not much because of life). With that said my Tinker Box was budget oriented and I overpaid on it because of the inflation. With that said people will build the best gaming PC they can within their budget. I spent $800 alone last May upgrading my main PC to a 7700k, a 1070, and cpu cooling because building PCs is fun for me. If prices come down and you want a decent gaming PC, get a Ryzen 5 (or Intel i5) and something like a 1060-70 or a RX 580 or a Vega 56. My first verison of my rig was valued at $1100 and my current sits around $1700 (before inflation, my rig now is worth over $2000). With that said I paid for it with my own money and it works great for me and my IT degree I am going for.

       

      With that said people will spend money because its fun and they may want to game better. When I wasn't busy 2 years ago when I first built my PC, I would spend hours on end tinkering with my PC. When I was younger I did the same thing with my hand me downs too. With that said my main rig I don't tinker with anymore because I need it to be stable (mainly for school) and thats why I have a tinker box because if something happens I know my main PC works. In the future that tinker box will probaly get water cooling because that looks fun.

    3. YaBoySourav

      YaBoySourav

      You know you guys are lucky! In India a PC with total cost around $1000 gets skyrocketed up to $1300 only for TAX.

    4. Trevor87

      Trevor87

      Long answer short it depend.

      A. On what graphics you want to play on the pc

      B. What need in the pc

      C For Linus if you want RGB

        

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